PowerMyLearning: Educational Games & Activities (Review)

September 17, 2013

This post has been sponsored. All opinions expressed are my own. Full disclosure in tab above.

Keeping children engaged and learning in their school subjects can be difficult at times. Being a mom to a third-grader, I know this first-hand, which is why I am always on the lookout for innovative ways to enhance my daughter’s school curriculum at home. I recently learned of PowerMyLearning which is an amazing resource for students in grades K-12. This free digital learning platform offers thousands of learning activities including games, videos, and interactives in an easily accessible format. All major subject areas are included, making it easy for your child to expand his/her knowledge in each or focus on one particular subject.

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Like most children, my daughter loves to play games on the computer. I’m thrilled to now have a free way for her to enjoy playing games while also learning and reviewing important facts. Navigating the site is super easy too. After creating your free account, you will be taken to the main parent page where you can click on your child’s grade and particular subject of interest. This will then bring up all relevant games and activities. If you wish to practice a particular skill within a subject area just hover over the subject (i.e.: math in photo below) and this will bring up another menu which further specifies the skill you would like to focus on as well as associated activities.

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PowerMyLearning, developed by the national nonprofit CFY, is a trusted and unbiased go-to destination for educational activities compiled in one convenient spot. Access the site whenever you would like and customize activities to fit your child’s needs.

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today for your free account and bring fun back into learning for your child!

This post was sponsored by PowerMyLearning. Although I received compensation for this post, all opinions expressed are my own. See full disclosure statement in tab above.

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